Marc Dorsey
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Marc Dorsey is an American R&B singer who release his first single, "People Make the World Go Round", in 1994. The track is the opening song to the film Crooklyn by Spike Lee, and is a remake of the track ...

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Biography

Marc Dorsey is an American R&B singer who release his first single, "People Make the World Go Round", in 1994. The track is the opening song to the film Crooklyn by Spike Lee, and is a remake of the track by The Stylistics. The song reached #65 on the U.S. Billboard R&B chart. Later, Dorsey appeared on the Clockers soundtrack with two songs: "People in Search of a Life" and "Changes".

Before releasing his first album, Dorsey wrote several jingles for commercials. His work included spots for Coca-Cola, Oreos and The Army.

In 1999, Dorsey released a full-length album titled Crave. The album, released on the Jive record label, featured the single "If You Really Want to Know", which reached #56 on the U.S. R&B chart and #58 on the UK Singles Chart.

In 2002, he was featured with the LL Cool J on the single "Luv U Better", which reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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